Two delightful and entertaining settings of Elizabethan poets’ takes on the season of nature’s joyful re-awakening, both from plays: Thomas Nashe’s ‘Spring, the sweete Spring’ from Summer’s Last Will and Testament and Shakespeare’s ‘It was a lover and his lasse’, from As You Like It. This is a crowd-pleasing pair of songs: the first ends with a cacophony of bird noises while the second ends with a swoop up to a high C.
This digital file will be available for a single download for a period of 30 days, beginning immediately after purchase.
If you are buying on behalf of a choir, please order one download per singer. Thank you.